Why do some smart people fail to perform while some with average IQ are spectacularly successful?
EQ is the #1 predictor of performance in the workplace.
EQ is dynamic and can be measured, trained and developed, unlike IQ or personality which is stable over life.
EQ is based on the premise that the most effective way to elicit behavior change in others is to transform the behavioral levels in yourself.
EQ IN ACTION
We offer a portfolio of scientifically validated tools to increase performance and well-being by developing an EQ culture.
We tailor our bespoke programs based on companies’ goals aligned with their values and strategies.
We use our unique expertise to create and develop effective, people-centered leadership that is both sustainable and measurable to confirm business results.
“I see that most of the participants are now more confident, better team players, and enjoy the hard work they do daily,” says Hellberg. “I can only recommend that others join the journey.”
"The available programs makes EQ tools come alive, make it more practical in changing behaviour to maximise our EQ skills. An eye opener even to those already very familiar with the EQ-i 2.0 and EQ reports."
A Different Kind of Being Smart
Have you ever given some real thought to what makes people successful? Some people just seem to get along with others, they don´t get upset easily, they are balanced, proactive, meet challenges with thought and consideration and have great insight into themselves and others. They have what we call high Emotional Intelligence and these EQ skills not only make them pleasant to be around, but they are seen as loyal and trustworthy and they tend to be the ones that get promotions at work and are appreciated and successful as leaders. These skills can be measured, learned and developed and they play a big role in making people feel engaged at work and contributes to culturally diverse workplaces where people can excel and make companies and organizations successful.
All jobs today require Emotional Intelligence. As business has become more complex and more global there are very few, if any jobs, that do not require interaction with other people. People skills have become crucial and there is a big difference between those that have the skills and those that do not and high and average performers. The research is compelling! Competency research in over 200 companies and organisation's worldwide suggests that about one-third (1/3) of this difference is due to technical skills and cognitive ability while two-thirds (2/3) is due to EQ. In top leadership positions, it is even more important where over four-fifths (4/5) of the difference is due to Social Emotional competences.
Meet the team
Over the past 20 years the EQ Europe team has analyzed and trained thousands of coaches and business executives in Europe and Asia. Combining its top-level team with the world-renowned analysis tool, the EQ-i 2.0, EQ Europe is a highly regarded thought-leader in the field emotional intelligence for personal development and business excellence.